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Mission, Vision, and Values

Vision:

Execute Initiatives Successfully—All The Time, Everytime

Whether you run them or we do for you


Mission:

Ensure that every project delivers value to your company by:

Improve the organizational structure to repeatedly execute initiatives successfully.
Succinctly defining project scope to align projects with the organization’s strategic goals within the organization’s capabilities.
Focusing project teams and organizations on the required deliverable functionality.
Removing excess process to improve organization efficiency.
Providing objective data to enable rapid and effective decision-making


Values:

Do The Right Thing

Whether you are a customer, an employee, or the people around us.

We provide value in every interaction with every person.
We exhibit the highest degree of integrity with everyone we meet.
We communicate honestly and openly.
We enjoy working with each other.
We do not take on a job we are unqualified to perform.
We are satisfied with our jobs.
We grow professionally and personally.
We feel our job is fun.


Value proposition:

Focusing teams on projects that meet your company goals reducing 30% of initiative cost.
Reducing project scope to essential requirements saving 20-40% in project cost.
Maintaining project focus reducing project execution time 10-25%
Removing excess process and increasing organization’s project capacity by 5-25%.
Distilling data objectively and rapidly to enable effective decision-making.
Reducing project cost 20-40% and shortening time to market 15-30% by controlling scope, maintaining focus, and imposing minimal process.


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